Java 8 is the most awaited and is a major feature release of Java programming language. This is an introductory tutorial that explains the basic-to-advanced features of Java 8 and their usage in a simple and intuitive way.
Java requires you to declare the data types of your variables before using them, while Python does not. Because it is statically typed, it expects its variables to be declared before they can be assigned values.
Java programmers have Java User Groups (JUGs), which are some of the most popular coding communities in the world. They also have JavaOne, a high-profile programming event that shows no signs of slowing down. Meanwhile, Python has 1,637 user groups in 191 cities and 37 countries with more than 860,000 members. The language has events as well, including PyCon and PyLadies for women to meet and code together.
Java has plenty to offer as open source as well as it deals with performance issues more resolutely. Choosing a language ultimately comes down to preference as Java is geared more towards perfectionists looking to build clear, consistent code using complex syntax. Some will prefer this system, while others prefer to have the flexibility, brevity and fluidity of Python.